Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including Vegas Golden Knights, Cesar Chavez Day festival, prep baseball and El Cortez shooting.
The outlook for Lake Mead continues to improve, as forecasters account for a wet winter and a new interstate deal that will leave more water in the reservoir.
A man is facing multiple charges after police say he he took more than $30,000 from his mother’s bank accounts while she was living in an assisted living center because of her dementia.
The train, which was carrying ammunition, grenades, aluminum oxide and vegetable oil, derailed east of Wells.
Wednesday’s high is expected to reach 105 degrees before dipping to 80 degrees in the evening, when gusts will continue to grow stronger overnight into Thursday.
A lawsuit in New Jersey accuses New Frontier Armory of illegally selling and shipping high-capacity magazines online to undercover state investigators.
Local health officials are warning of an acute hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County. There have been 37 cases of the infection reported during the first five months of the year.
A jury has awarded nearly $1.8 million to a Las Vegas man who lived for a decade without knowing that a 57-inch metal wire ran through his body after a surgical error.
About 300 kids from six regional Boys and Girls clubs took part in a series of hands-on, experiential opportunities to learn about both sports and the Olympics Games. on Tuesday at The Orleans.
Las Vegas has the second hardest drinking water in the nation, according to new rankings from a group that sells water softeners.